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Suggestions Please

March 25 2002 at 2:41 AM
Nathan Palmer-Stevens  (no login)
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After following some advice in a previous post I have purchased several sheets of Eduard Oak and Maple leaves for camoflague. The sheets come with several individual leaves and with small groups of leaves does anybody have any idea how I can make use of these? it seems a shame to waste them!



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Ron Hetherington
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Camo leaf

March 27 2002, 10:45 AM 

What where you planning on using them for? Groundcover? I use real leaves, just get some nice dry leaves and crumple them up into a sifter so you just get the small/med parts, I liked the way it came out when I used them.

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